The Baltimore Ravens and offensive coordinator Greg Roman parted ways Thursday after four seasons in charge of the offense.
The move comes after the Ravens were bounced out of the playoffs on Sunday by the Cincinnati Bengals and followed a season in which Baltimore finished the season 16th in yards (338.8) and 19th in points per game (20.6).
“After visiting with Coach Harbaugh and meeting with my family, I have decided that now is the right time to pass the crows so you can explore new challenges and opportunities,” Roman said in a statement.
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“I will truly miss Baltimore, but at the same time I am excited to attack my next opportunity with focus and passion.”
Roman devised an innovative offense with quarterback lamar jacksonhelping Jackson win MVP in 2019 while the quarterback gained 1,206 rushing yards.
Baltimore led the league in rushing during the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
“Greg has led the development and success of an unprecedented offense in Baltimore for multiple seasons,” Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said in a statement. “He is a great football coach, as well as a family man and person. Greg masterminded and led our offense to no fewer than 26 NFL and franchise historic accomplishments. He established an identity for our offense.”
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“We are grateful for Greg’s great work and skills, and we wish him and his wonderful family the best of happiness in the future,” he continued.
But Baltimore’s scoring has declined every year since 2019, when it led the league in scoring at 33.2 points per game.
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The decision to part ways comes as Baltimore has to make a decision about Jackson’s future as a quarterback.
After failing to reach a long-term contract in the offseason, the Ravens now have two months to reach a long-term deal with Jackson, franchise him or trade former MVP.